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We lost 2 out of 3 (AND THEN BACK ON WINNING TRACK) ***UPDATED!

I actually think we can win Pitt and Rams game, if they execute. The hardest will be Seattle cause it is at Seattle and they took us to the wire. Pitt is a game at home and they will be mad. At least they should be.

We will see if the D is getting worn out and stressed cause the offense isn't going for the jugular. Right now they are not ready for Saints or Rams.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
just work on red zone offense and we are suddently a great team

we susually move the ball up field ok


o line is an issue when it isnt healthy


against the ravens we didnt have snyder

last game we didnt have staley

I don't see how the redzone gets better. It just keeps getting worse. Not enough games or time left to fix it. And it's not going in the right direction. If anything we are regressing massively.

of course u dont see how it gets better, not enough time? is our playoff game tonight?

Do you see us getting better in that category? We started off mediocre, got bad and now are horrific at redzone offense. Is that the right direction heading into the playoffs?

nobody said its perfect and doesnt need to improve, its your doom and gloom take on things that is annoying, to answer your question, yes i do see us getting better and i think theres more than enough time to recitfy things

What do you think will make it better?

practice

We hasn't that worked so far? We are pretty far along in the season, have always been bad in the redzone and continue to get worse. Don't you think they have been practicing it?

i dont know what they've been practicing, or how often, i just know i dont buy the notion that it cant improve, an exmaple the 97 broncos were bad against the un gave up over 5 ypc heading into the playoffs, by your logic they had zero chance to improve, well guess what, they tightened up that post season and went on a sb run, not saying we'll win the title but theres an example, also the 2006 colts, give up 300 rushing yards to jax, then in playoffs everything changed

I don't see them improving this by the playoffs. And I think it will be their downfall.

ok cool, agree to disagree

Do you think they can with against the Saints or Packers without improving this?

probably not, but i think thats where we differ, u dont see it improving, so u think the season is done, i do see it improving
big ben is hurt, they played against KC at their house and it came down to the wire. barely came out of the browns game at their own house. where are the faithful fans like the other guy mention? cant believe some of these guys here on this board. if akers had made that FG or if the fake punt play stood, we wouldn't be here talking about this. we lost by two points on the road to a divisional team thats playing hot and all of a sudden, the season is over.
Originally posted by strength80:
big ben is hurt, they played against KC at their house and it came down to the wire. barely came out of the browns game at their own house. where are the faithful fans like the other guy mention? cant believe some of these guys here on this board. if akers had made that FG or if the fake punt play stood, we wouldn't be here talking about this. we lost by two points on the road to a divisional team thats playing hot and all of a sudden, the season is over.

Yes you are right! But if goes to show we aren't ready for the Saints and Packers if we can't take on the Cards. This is where you need to start getting hot.
classic overreaction.

We will win out. We have some problems, sure, but that doesn't change my line of thinking one bit.
Originally posted by WildBill:
Yes you are right! But if goes to show we aren't ready for the Saints and Packers if we can't take on the Cards. This is where you need to start getting hot.

Not exactly. Broncos rolled into the playoffs 96-97, and then lost to the Jags in the playoffs.

Je jure fidélité au drapeau
de SanDiego49er,
Et la défaitisme
qui cela représente:
Un corps de fanatiques,
sous le Chien
Avec l'irrationalité
et folie pour tous

Originally posted by PhillyNiner:
Some people arent happy unless they can root against their team...and god help you when they lose one because then the get their moment in the sun to step forward and pat themselves on the back for how "right" they are.

POTD
Originally posted by WildBill:
Originally posted by strength80:
big ben is hurt, they played against KC at their house and it came down to the wire. barely came out of the browns game at their own house. where are the faithful fans like the other guy mention? cant believe some of these guys here on this board. if akers had made that FG or if the fake punt play stood, we wouldn't be here talking about this. we lost by two points on the road to a divisional team thats playing hot and all of a sudden, the season is over.

Yes you are right! But if goes to show we aren't ready for the Saints and Packers if we can't take on the Cards. This is where you need to start getting hot.

And we are not getting hot. We are getting worse.
I say next week shows the team and the fans where we are in terms of how we'll look in the playoffs.

This loss vs. Arizona pissed Harbaugh and the rest of the team off. If we respond, we'll f**k them up, if we lay an egg, expect our team to look the same in the playoffs.
Originally posted by King49er:
I say next week shows the team and the fans where we are in terms of how we'll look in the playoffs.

This loss vs. Arizona pissed Harbaugh and the rest of the team off. If we respond, we'll f**k them up, if we lay an egg, expect our team to look the same in the playoffs.

Next week will tell a lot. Maybe the most of the season. A good team and a must win for both teams. Trying to rebound from the Cardinals and playing at home.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Next week will tell a lot. Maybe the most of the season. A good team and a must win for both teams. Trying to rebound from the Cardinals and playing at home.

Most rational post you've made all day
[ Edited by Dr_Bill_Walsh on Dec 12, 2011 at 7:34 PM ]
Oh no, let's f**king kill ourselves!!!!!
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by King49er:
I say next week shows the team and the fans where we are in terms of how we'll look in the playoffs.

This loss vs. Arizona pissed Harbaugh and the rest of the team off. If we respond, we'll f**k them up, if we lay an egg, expect our team to look the same in the playoffs.

Next week will tell a lot. Maybe the most of the season. A good team and a must win for both teams. Trying to rebound from the Cardinals and playing at home.

exactly. We can't lose that #2 seed, but if we keep playing like we did on Sunday then we don't even deserve a bye and won't get it. We could still finish 4th and have to go to Lambeau in the 2nd round(pending we win in the wildcard round).

The final stretch is upon us, no time for f**king around anymore or we'll all be hanging out in the Draft Forum in the next 4-5 weeks waiting for April to get here.
The game against the Steelers will show everyone how bad we really are. We're going to get anally raped...and at home. I guess it's fitting that Ben Rapistberger will be the QB. Maybe we can file a police report for rape afterwards.
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